Monthly Archives: November 2010

Review: DocLab Live 5 / Objective Stories

Live storytelling: the perfect antidote to screen fatigue – and a mighty enjoyable way to re-connect dizzy DocLabbers – after five days of screenings, projects, and talks exploring the future of narrative – with what we’re all trying to do here: share gosh-darned good stories.

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Review: DocLab Live 3 / A Showcase by Zach Wise

Night 3 in the DocLab Live program, and they were lining up at the door of Tuschinski 4, for New York Times multimedia producer Zach Wise’s top web bookmarks selection, a bespoke pick of golden needles in that murky haystack they call “Internet”.

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Review: DocLab Live 2 / Three Stories of Time & Place

The second live screening for this year’s interactive IDFA program featured three very different web projects, which nonetheless hail from what seems to be emerging as the Godmother of Non-Linear / Non-Fiction: the fair nation of Canada.

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Review: DocLab Live 1 / Going Places

The first in DocLab 2010’s line-up of 5 live interactive screenings at Amsterdam’s Tuschinski cinema, featuring web road movies in Japan and California.

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Industry Panel: What’s up-and-coming, and what’s passé?

Defining which tools, formats, techniques we should hone – and which would best be left along the wayside of the interactive documentary landscape.

A panel discussion at the sumptuous Art et Amicitiae mansion in central Amsterdam on Wednesday 24th November will put the world of interactive documentary to rights, as industry leaders Rob McLaughlin (National Film Board of Canada), Frank Boyd (Unexpected Media), and Joel Ronez (ARTE) gather around a table to separate the wheat from the chaff.

NB This Industry Panel is only open to Docs for Sale and FORUM participants.